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Supercharge Your Drupal 10 Performance: Unlocking the Power of Performance Enhancement Modules

Introduction

We have all been there: a site that is running slow and needs to be optimized. Whether it’s a personal blog or a Drupal 10-based e-commerce store, every website owner has to deal with the dreaded “please wait” that appears when visitors access your website. The good news is that in Drupal 10 there are some easy ways you can optimize performance and make your website quicker than ever before!

The Importance of Drupal 10 Performance Enhancement Modules

Drupal 10 is a great platform for building high-performance websites. It has a lot of performance enhancements built-in, and there are also many modules that can help you improve performance.

Drupal 10 comes with a core Cache API, which allows you to store data in memory or on disk for faster retrieval in future requests. This means that Drupal 10 will automatically cache any content that hasn’t changed since the last time it was requested by visitors to your site (this includes blocks). You can also use Drupal’s built-in HTTP Cache-Control module so that browsers know how long they should keep the cached version of your website before requesting updates from your server again.

Redis Cache

Redis is a fast, open-source, in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache, and message broker. It can be used to speed up Drupal 10.

Redis can be used to cache content for faster access or even completely replace the Drupal 10 database. This will drastically decrease your site’s load time and improve performance overall.

Boost

Boost is a module that works with the Apache web server and caches content for anonymous users, resulting in faster page load times. It eliminates the need for PHP and partial Drupal bootstrap for anonymous users, improving performance significantly.

Advanced CSS/JS Aggregation

This module provides more advanced aggregation options for CSS and JavaScript files, allowing for better bundling and minification. It helps reduce the number of requests and file sizes, which can improve page loading speed.

CDN Integration

CDN (Content Delivery Network) Integration modules like the CDN module or the Boost CDN module can offload static assets such as images, CSS, and JavaScript files to a CDN. Utilizing a CDN distributes the load and reduces the strain on the server, leading to faster page load times.

Entity Cache

The Entity Cache module provides caching for Drupal entities, such as nodes, users, and taxonomy terms. By caching entity data, you can avoid repeated database queries, resulting in faster page rendering. This module is particularly useful for websites with heavy database loads and complex entity relationships.

There are a lot of ways to improve your site performance in Drupal 10.

You can use these performance enhancement modules to supercharge your Drupal 10 site.

  • [Drupal 10 is faster than Drupal 9](https://www.drupal.org/node/327023)
  • [Drupal 10 is faster than Drupal 8](https://www.drupal.org/node/301541)
  • There are a lot of ways to improve your site performance in Drupal 10, but here are some of our favorites:

Conclusion

If you’re looking to improve the performance of your Drupal 10 site, there are many options available. We’ve covered some of the top ones here, but there are certainly others as well. If you have any questions at all about how these modules might work with your project or what other options exist, please feel free to reach out!

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